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Best wishes to Brad Herring!

Catherine McCarthy, Arizona State University
Brad Herring Profile Picture

Brad Herring will be leaving the Museum of Life and Science in Durham, NC to start a new venture as a videographer and storyteller. Brad’s last day at the museum will be May 25, 2022.

Many of you know Brad from his work leading NISE Network online workshops, our Earth & Space project-based professional learning community, and as the Southeast regional hub leader. 

We are grateful for all of Brad’s efforts over the past fifteen years and wish him all the best with his new endeavor. We hope to continue to work with Brad as opportunities arise.

Moving forward partners will want to communicate directly with Christina Leavell our NISE Network Community Manager at [email protected].

Here are a few photos of Brad over the years! 


Brad Herring 2010 at a NISE Network nano meeting holding a Nano object
Brad Herring in 2010 at a NanoDays planning meeting
Brad Herring at a 2011 NISE Network subawardee meeting with Michelle Kortenaar wearing Horton Senses Something Small ears
Brad Herring in 2011 with Michelle Kortenaar wearing ears for the Horton Senses Something Small story time and activity
Brad herring 2019 ASTC Conference with Frank Kusiak and Kayla Keys
Brad Herring setting up a conference booth with Kayla Keys and Frank Kusiak in 2019
Brad Herring filming an Earth & Space 2018 Training Video with Ali Jackson and Karyn Perdue
Brad Herring filming a 2018 Earth & Space training video with Ali Jackson and Karyn Perdue
Brad Herring at a 2019 meeting in Tempe Arizona making nametags with Darrell Porcello
Stuffing name tags for a meeting in 2019 with Darrell Porcello
 Brad Herring at an 2019 ACM conference with Ali Jackon and Catherine McCarthy I
Ali Jackson, Catherine McCarthy, and Brad Herring, at an Association of Children's Museums Interactivity Conference in 2019